Uber Sets IPO Price Range to Value Group at Between $80 Billion and $90 Billion

Uber Sets IPO Price Range to Value Group at Between $80 Billion and $90 Billion

Uber Technologies set the indicative price of its planned IPO that would value the ride-sharing group at around $85 billion, well below the $120 billion valuation investors had pegged prior to the debut of rival Lyft month.

Trading the Rails, GDP, Uber IPO: Market Recon

Trading the Rails, GDP, Uber IPO: Market Recon

Businesses are spending. If you're making stuff... if you're buying stuff, then the railroads are moving stuff.

Jim Cramer: Ford Understands How the Secular Winds Are Blowing

Jim Cramer: Ford Understands How the Secular Winds Are Blowing

The rest of the automakers just don't get it -- the sharing economy is a revolution.

Gold Prices Have Fallen - Why That's a Good Thing

Gold Prices Have Fallen - Why That's a Good Thing

A 'buyer's' opportunity has emerged.

IBM: Don't Give Up on the Stock

IBM: Don't Give Up on the Stock

IBM remains out of favor with investors but it still generates enormous amounts of cash and is very cheaply valued.

3 Top Healthcare Stocks Ripe For the Buying

3 Top Healthcare Stocks Ripe For the Buying

I've spotlighted three blue-chip companies with stock prices that are at ridiculously low valuations right now.

Mattel Rises as Losses Narrow and Revenue Beats Estimates

Mattel Rises as Losses Narrow and Revenue Beats Estimates

The toymaker posts a narrower-than-expected loss in the first quarter.

Starbucks' Earnings Were Solid, But It Needs to Power Up Store Traffic

Starbucks' Earnings Were Solid, But It Needs to Power Up Store Traffic

Until we see increasing store traffic, along with the gains from new store openings, Starbucks is not a 'buy.'

This Market Is Too Confident in the Bullish Equity Story

This Market Is Too Confident in the Bullish Equity Story

The derivative markets are telling us we are complacent about equities.

Something's Gotta Give: Why We're So Complacent

Something's Gotta Give: Why We're So Complacent

Sentiment is complacent, because we're not 'all in,' yet few of us think we can get much downside. Here's what this means for the market.